Things To Do In St. Louis, Missouri | Robyns.World

  • Grant’s Farm Halloween
    Fun at Grant’s Farm for the Halloween season each weekend. The event is free, but you do have to pay to park. Bring a flashlight too if you visit.
  • Boo at the Zoo
    Fun at the St. Louis Zoo for Halloween but in a non-scary way. Ticket prices range from free to $7.
  • Global Hack VI
    GlobalHack VI will bring together developers, designers, technologists, and entrepreneurs from around the world to solve a single, massive civic technology problem revealed at the beginning of the hackathon. 2,500 participants across youth, collegiate, and pro divisions will work in teams to solve this problem by building software solutions over the course of an entire weekend. $1 million in cash prizes will be awarded to the top teams, including $250,000 in follow-on funds that will be used to take the most promising prototypes generated at the event to market. GlobalHack VI will be held Friday, October 21 to Sunday, October 23, 2016, at Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, MO, on the campus of Saint Louis University
  • St. Charles Food Truck Event
    Come hang out in St. Charles and try out multiple food trucks from around the area. Be sure to bring some lawn chairs or blankets to sit on and enjoy your food goodness!
  • Jefferson County Library Adult Cool Coloring Club
    Head to Arnold to enjoy coloring for adults at their event on the third Tuesdays of each month. The library will provide supplies or you can bring your own.
  • Missouri Day Celebration
    Come celebrate all that is Missouri! In 1969, the 75th General Assembly designated the 3rd Wednesday of October each year to be Missouri Day. Missouri Day is a time for schools to honor the state and for the people of the state to celebrate the achievements of all Missourians. Students and chaperones, as well as the general public, are welcome to come wander through the open house format of fun displays, demonstrations, guest speakers, live animals and hands-on interactive exhibits. Learn about how, why and when our Missouri state symbols were chosen. Students will see and learn about minerals and fossils, plants and animals, music and state government. Come join us for a couple hours during this unique, fun learning opportunity and pick up a little history lesson along the way. The event is free and open to the public. Please call 636-940-3322 for more information and to register your group. ****We have done this over the years and it is so very interesting! 
  • Remake with Central Paint
    Join Perennial and Central Print for an evening of upcycled projects and printmaking processes. Learn to screen-print on both wood and paper. Turn scrap paper and food packaging into a DIY notebook. Transform a block of wood into a thrifty jewelry holder with found knobs. Screen-print an image or design to spruce it up! Using the letterpress, we’ll make gift tags for the holidays! All materials and tools provided. Pre-made screens will be provided.
  • Laumeier Sculpture Park Stroller Tour
    Join us for FREE stroller tours the third Thursday of every month, May through October. Tours are led by trained Laumeier Docents and museum educators. All tours meet in the Public Plaza outside the Adam Aronson Fine Arts Center.
  • Lemp Mansion Comedy-Murder Mystery Dinner
    Calling all Zombies! Calling all Zombies! Come to the murder mystery show that thinks outside of the coffin! That’s right! We’ve got the perfect show for you, whether you are a Zombie fan or not! Why?Because this show has it all! High drama! Comedy! A love story! And Zombies, of course! You, (yes, you), can play a Zombie, (or not), it’s up to you, but we do promise lots of fun for everyone! The ‘walking dead’ have never been this much fun! Zombie costumes encouraged!
  • Booterflies Ball
    Step into the wonder and beauty of butterflies, insects, spiders and their other many-legged friends! Your little bugaboos will be able to play games, create spook-tacular crafts and take home lots of loot after they visit our many hand-painted Treat Houses. Families can dance to Monster Jams at the Ugly Bug Ball or spy on the amazing Owl Butterfly, which are only active during dusk and dawn. When tummies rumble, guests will munch on a spook-tacular dinner that will include themed menu items such as creepy pizza fingers, cream cheese, petrifying pastries, eerie pudding, frightful fruit, pumpkin punch, and so much more! Admission into the Butterfly House, activities, light refreshments, crafts, treats, and goody bags are included in the event ticket price. Space is limited and reservations are required.
  • TEDx St. Louis Women
    Join us for TEDxStLouisWomen, the largest women’s thought leadership event in St. Louis. In association with global TEDWomen, this one-day conference about the power of women and girls to be creators and change makers is sure to spark some of TEDx’s most iconic moments yet. Our program of speakers, events and daring discussions center on ideas important to our community and the world at large.

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